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Randy Johnson Net Worth 2018 | Salary | Mansion | Cars | Biography

Randy Johnson Net Worth: Randall David Johnson nicknamed “The Big Unit”, is an American former baseball pitcher who played 22 seasons in Major League Baseball (MLB) from 1988 to 2009 for six teams. He played primarily for the Seattle Mariners and the Arizona Diamondbacks. His 303 career victories rank as the fifth-most by a left-hander in MLB history, while his 4,875 strikeouts place him second all-time behind Nolan Ryan and are the most by a left-hander. He has a net worth of $115 million. Check out the complete information regarding Randy Johnson Networth, His Salary Per Day, Per Month, Per Year, Per Show, Earnings, Houses, Cars, Biography and her other Investments details from the below.

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Randy Johnson Net Worth 2018 @ $115 Million

How much is Randy Johnson Worth?

Randy Johnson is a retired American professional baseball player who has a net worth of $115 million.

Randy Johnson Salary Per Day | Per Month | Per Year & Earnings Overview

Randy Johnson Salary: During his career, Randy Johnson earned over $175 million in salary alone.

Earnings 2015

Sale of Asset Mar. 2015

Selling price of Randy Johnson’s 5,500-square-foot Mediterranean-style spread in Orange County
$6,250,000

Earnings 2014

Sale of Asset Aug. 2014

Selling price of Randy Johnson’s 25,000-square-foot Tuscan-style home near Mummy Mountain in Paradise Valley, Arizona
$25,000,000

Earnings 2009

Salary Jan. 2009

Base salary with the San Francisco Giants for the year 2009
$8,000,000
Contract Jan. 2009

A one-year contract with the San Francisco Giants
$8,000,000

Earnings 2008

Salary Jan. 2008

Base salary with the Arizona Diamondbacks for the year 2008
$15,100,000

Earnings 2007

Salary Jan. 2007

Base salary with the Arizona Diamondbacks for the year 2007
$9,100,000

Randy Johnson Mansion (House) and Cars Collection

Randy Johnson House & Property (Randy Johnson House Address):

The house and car collection of Randy Johnson is still unknown. We will update those details on this below space. So, stay tuned to this page…

Randy Johnson Biography | Wiki

Californian-born Johnson was already a baseball and basketball star by the time he entered high school. While attending University of Southern California, his pitching techniques didn’t go unnoticed by coach Rod Dedeaux. Johnson’s, road to baseball stardom started when he was acquired by Montreal Expos for the 1985 Major League Baseball Draft. Three years later, he made his MLB debut. The 6ft 10 player became widely known as the ‘most feared pitcher in baseball’ because of his dominant pitching technique and his intimidating stature.

In 1989, Johnson was traded to Seattle Mariners. A year after joining the team, Johnson became the first-ever left handed pitcher to strike out baseball Legend Wade Boggs three times in a single game. In the 1993 All-Star game Johnson effortlessly threw a fastball over the Phillies baseman John Kruk’s head. This was a momentous incident as it is replayed on sports highlight shows to this present day. Johnson continued to make record-breaking results. After his outstanding performance in the 1994 season, Johnson won the American League Cy Young Award.

In the late nineties, Johnson signed a four-year deal (worth $52.4 million) with the Arizona Diamondbacks. While with Diamondbacks, Johnson won the NL Cy Young Award for each season covered by the lucrative contract. Furthermore Johnson, along with fellow pitcher Curt Schilling, led the Diamondbacks to its first World Series and victory in 2001. The two pitchers were hailed as ‘Sportsmen of the Year’ by Sports Illustrated.

Johnson switched to the New York Yankees in 2005. However his performance with the team was inconsistent, due to back injury. He subsequently missed the last part of the 2006 season. When Johnson was on top form, he continued with record-breaking results.

Johnson returned to the Diamondbacks in 2007. He was hardly seen on the pitching mound due to another back injury which resulted in surgery. Johnson made his season debut in 2008 against San Francisco Giants. In this game, he surpassed Roger Clemons to become second on the all time strike out leaders list. The Giants offered Johnson a one-year deal, worth $8 million plus $2.5 million award bonuses the following season. At the time of joining the Giants, Johnson was second oldest player in Major League Baseball. In January 2010, Johnson announced his retirement from the game.

Quick Facts about Randy Johnson:

Full Name Randy Johnson
Net Worth $115 Million
Date Of Birth September 10, 1963
Place Of Birth Walnut Creek, California, USA
Height 2.08 m
Weight 102 kg
Profession American former pitcher
Education Livermore High School, University of Southern California
Nationality American
Spouse Lisa (m. 1993-)
Children Alexandria Johnson, Willow Johnson, Tanner Johnson, Sammi Johnson, Heather Renee Roszel
Parents Carol Hannah Johnson, Bud Johnson
Siblings Gregg Johnson
Nicknames Randall David Johnson, “The Big Unit”
Awards American League Cy Award (1993), NL Cy Young Award (1995, 1999–2002), Warren Spahn Award, World Series champion (2001),Triple Crown (2002)
Nominations Best Major League Baseball Player ESPY Award
Movies The Simpsons episode “Bart Has Two Mommies” (2006), Little Big League (1994), “Major League 2” (1994)

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